Canonical has released Ubuntu 19.10 (Eoan Ermine), a new version of its iconic software that comes with upgraded hardware support and native support for ZFS.
The version comes “with a focus on accelerating developer productivity in AI/ML, new edge capabilities for MicroK8s and delivering the fastest GNOME desktop performance.”
The arrival of the new version comes as Canonical continues to push Ubuntu as an option for the cloud and data centre, as well other arenas such as IoT and industrial control systems.
“In the fifteen years since the first Ubuntu release, we have seen Ubuntu evolve from the desktop to become the platform of choice across public cloud, open infrastructure, IoT and AI,” said Mark Shuttleworth, CEO of Canonical.
“With the 19.10 release, Ubuntu continues to deliver strong support, security and superior economics to enterprises, developers and the wider community.”
So what does 19.10 offer?